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Restaurant Revenue Management: Applying Yield Management to the Restaurant Industry
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  • Sheryl E. Kimes, Cornell University
  • Richard B Chase, University of Southern California
  • Sunmee Choi, Cornell University
  • Philip Y Lee, Cornell University
  • Elizabeth N Ngonzi, Cornell University
Publication Date
6-1-1998
Abstract

The crucial element in a strategy for boosting restaurant revenues may be to relate prices to the length of time guests spend at the table. But, as the Witch of the West told Dorothy, the issue is how to do it.

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Kimes, S. E., Chase, R. B., Choi, S., Lee, P. Y., & Ngonzi, E. N. (1998). Restaurant revenue management: Applying yield management to the restaurant industry [Electronic version]. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, 39(3), 32-39. Retrieved [insert date], from Cornell University, School of Hospitality Administration site: http://scholarship.sha.cornell.edu/articles/460/